Making (sound) waves with Jacob Birge

UK based Jacob Birge designs for the sporty rock chic girl. Futurist, built upon advances in technology, obsessed with structure and striving for equilibrium, his autumn / winter 2013 collection ‘Hortical’ plays with contrasts and the results are intriguing. Shooting pieces from the collection, photographer Tibor Galamb captured the essence of the concept in his merging of fashion and sound, where the audible becomes the visual and the visual a mix of real and distorted.

sound lab by tibor galamb

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb
Sound LAB by Tibor Galamb

Styled by Birge himself, Galamb’s photo series is cut through with inverted splices and overlaid with graphical sound waves. Fitting to the high tech image are slick hairstyles by Ryan Mccreadie and makeup looks by Ksenia Vel Orlerka, turning models Anna Freemantle and Ruta Rimkunaite into inhabitants of some unknown future.

Check out the full shoot by Tibor Galamb (tiborgalamb.com) with clothing by Jacob Birge (jacobbirge.com) by clicking on the gallery.

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